What is new and even refreshing is the lessons he brings from a life of open voyage.
For, as Chief Rabbi Sacks has pointed out, the greatest and most powerful weapon of mass destruction is the human mind.
Ultimately, the import of this book lies in the insight that there's more to being right than proving another wrong.
The reason why I gave it four stars is that the paper are slightly yellowed. Not bad for a penny.Published 22 days ago by Peter J B Ball
So many of these “how to live a better life” authors talk a good talk but rarely do we see them practicing what they preach. Not Hirschfield. Read morePublished 4 months ago by bookfanatic1979
Kind swarm and honest! Enjoyed the read hope he writes another book! Respect f or each other is what it is about. A lesson we all need to learn,Published 5 months ago by joanne p hirschfield
A LIFE CHANGING LEARNING EXPERIENCE WHICH I RECOMMEND TO ALL. DON'T MISS THIS BOOK IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY THE REST OF YOUR LIFE MORE THAN YOU THOUGHT YOU WOULD
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I can relate to the title and much of his book reflects that great openness and ability to listen to the other side. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Claire Warshaw
This is an excellent book by Brad Hirschfield, which everyone should read. His aim is to help us, all of us, build bridges, not walls, between one another. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Bridge-it
Rabbi Hirschfield has tackled in 248 pages what has been sought after for centuries -- the ability to dialogue about our religious beliefs without debasing or demoralizing the... Read morePublished on April 18, 2012 by Sherrey Meyer
If everyone is always right, there is no wrong. Following that logic there is no left or right, no up or down, no inferior or superior. Read morePublished on February 11, 2010 by Judith Harmon
He makes some very good points using examples in his life to show how attitudes can change and compromise/cooperation can be handled.Published on June 15, 2009 by Sharon S. Dunn